Models needed to help change media representations of domestic abuse
Scottish Women’s Aid and Zero Tolerance are looking for volunteer models to take part in an exciting creative photography project to improve media representation of domestic abuse.
News : July 31, 2017
5th Write to End Violence Against Women Awards is open for submissions
We are excited to announce that the fifth Write to End Violence Against Women Awards is open for submissions.
News : July 25, 2017
Save the date: Zero Tolerance hosts Primary Prevention Conference with University of Stirling
UPDATE: We have decided to postpone the date for our Primary Prevention Conference, originally planned for 1 November.
News : July 21, 2017
Under Pressure Training - Train the Trainer
Under Pressure – Preventing Abuse and Exploitation in Teen Relationships
Train the Trainer Programme from Zero Tolerance with CELCIS: 7th September
News : July 20, 2017
Zero Tolerance hires “You’ve Been Trumped” photographer to build on award winning 1992 campaign
Zero Tolerance is thrilled to welcome Edinburgh-based photographer Alicia Bruce as its new creative practitioner.
Press Release : June 30, 2017
Spring newsletter 2017
The 2017 Summer Newsletter of the VAW prevention network is now available online.
News : April 28, 2017
Youth workers wanted for Under Pressure programme
“Under Pressure – Preventing Abuse and Exploitation in Teen Relationships”
News : April 26, 2017
Zero Tolerance finds sexism and misogyny the norm in Scottish workplace
A new report from Zero Tolerance on women’s experiences with violence and harassment in the workplace shows that there is still much work to be done when it comes to supporting women in Scottish
Press Release : March 29, 2017
Scottish Government launch Domestic Abuse Bill
We are thrilled to see that the Scottish Government has announced the launch of the new Domestic Abuse Bill with the support of Scottish Women’s Aid, YWCA and ASSIST.
News : March 21, 2017
'Observing Women at Work' - Franki Raffles exhibition
Glasgow School of Art's new exhibition Observing Women At Work presents a selection of black and white photographs and material by photographer Franki Raffles.
News : March 10, 2017